Billed as a dairy alternative for vegans and vegetarians, the milk was described as having a clean and light taste and is fortified with calcium, Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D. One 250ml glass provides 50% of an adult’s recommended daily intake of omega-3, claimed Braham.
Launched in Unsweetened and Original varieties, the products are the first chilled launches from the brand and sit alongside Good Hemp’s existing ambient range of seeds, oil and protein powders. The milk is dairy-, lactose- and nut-free.
Addition to range
Braham and Murray managing director David Shaw commented: “Good Hemp is delighted to announce the addition of these two new chilled hemp milks to our consumer brand range of hemp-based food products.
“The launch capitalises on the increasing consumer trend towards healthy plant-based foods which combine these nutritional benefits with environmental credentials.”
Good Hemp Milk comes packaged in a clear 750ml recyclable bottle and is available in Waitrose and Asda stores across the UK (rsp £1.99).
Meanwhile, vegan food company The Fry Family Food Co’s new range of chilled meat-alternatives is set to appear in 500 Sainsbury’s stores, as vegan-friendly launches continue to hit supermarket shelves.